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posted by Nursefirst

In reply to: Clarke County Jail inmate dies »

December 2, 2012

Just an FYI for the ignorant folks that want to blame the medical staff for this man's death. The nursing staff at ACCJ do not work for the sherriff's department! They go above and beyond the call of duty to care for people that most of you would not give the time of day to! It is not an easy job but they do it day in and day out most of the time without any thanks or acknowledgement! To them they are patients and not inmates. Some people have medical issues that are beyond the control of the healthcare providers caring for them. How many folks die in hospitals every day surrounded by medical personnel? Until you know the facts mkultra27, you should keep your big mouth shut because one of these people may one day save your behind!!

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